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An absolutely great vacation destination, Florida is all about the sun, the sea, the sand and…fun. You can easily built entire vacations around a profusion of wilderness areas, fabulous beaches, attractive cities and fantastic theme-parks. Florida offers numerous recreational opportunities for everyone. It is up to you to choose whether to spend your vacation time in busy cosmopolitan city or while them in away in a quiet picturesque town, stay in a flashy luxurious resort or a hotel pristinely preserved in its natural state, take your kids to see Mickey Mouse or escape for a romantic retreat far from annoying crowds.

Nicknamed as the Sunshine State, Florida features an array of pristine state parks where you can enjoy all that sun. You may watch manatees at Blue Spring State Park or swim with dolphins in the Keys. Florida boasts many bird-watching refugees, world-renowned shelling in Sanibel and shark-tooth hunting in Venice. Coral reefs in the Keys and Biscayne National Park offer exceptional snorkeling and diving. Plus there is rafting, boating, tubing and any other conceivable water sport.

Florida is an ideal family vacation destination as well. Nothing else in the world can compete with Walt Disney World, Universal Studious, Islands of adventure and SeaWorld in Orlando, Busch Gardens in Tampa, Daytona Beach and Cape Canaveral NASA - Kennedy Space Center.

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Experience Key West Paradise, with its fabulously beautiful sunsets, Old Town lane with the aroma of jasmine and famous Key West bars on Duval Street. Key West offers fascinating attractions for every person. You can have some of the finest saltwater fishing and deep sea fishing offshore here. Enjoy a relaxing trip on a smaller charter to view dolphins in the wild or to kayak in the backcountry off Key West. Diving and snorkeling the coral reefs and wrecks around Key West are just fantastic. If you are interested in wreck diving, there are only a few around Key West that are available to visitors, but those few are world class! For instance, seven miles off Key West is the Vandenberg, an artificial reef lying 140 feet under the water. The Vandenberg is the second largest ship purposely sunk as an artificial reef. Tropical fish are abundant on the reefs and there is snorkeling available on a sailing catamaran or schooner out to the reef for a day of fun. Some of the dive boats here in Key West also offer night dives so that the vacationers can observe the fabulous nightlife on the reef.

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Blessed with year-round mild climate and sparkling waters that lure boating enthusiasts, fishermen, divers and water sports aficionados, Miami offers action-oriented visitors from around the globe some of the world top golf, tennis and sporting facilities. A resort mecca of Miami, Miami Beach is home to hyper trendy South Beach. 10 miles of South Beach, often referred to as the American Riviera, are known for its shopping, dining, eclectic nightlife and celebrity sightings.

But the beautiful people flocking to South Beach aren’t the only draw of this place. The thriving Art Deco District within South Beach features the largest collection of Art Deco architecture. These vibrantly colored buildings represent an era when Miami Beach was heavily promoted and developed as a "tropical playground". The buildings erected in the 1920s were designed almost exclusively in the Mediterranean Revival style, while those built in the 1930s are in the Art Deco, International, or Modern styles. Along Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue the district features the seasonal hotel area with such notable hotels as the Amsterdam, reputed to be a replica of Christopher Columbus' home in Santo Domingo, there is also the commercial area, just along Washington Avenue and Lincoln Road, and the residential area, concentrated in the eighty square blocks surrounding Flamingo Park, with one of the largest concentrations of Mediterranean style residences in the United States.

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The Gold Coast North of Miami is all a sun-kissed and glitzy playground for the rich and famous, featuring dozens of fabulous beaches, fantastic shopping, dining, entertaining, boating, golfing and tennis. At the Treasure Coast you will find a vast array of wildlife. The name of the area stems from a devastating hurricane of 1715 which sunk the entire Spanish fleet loaded with treasures. Nowadays, the sea around Sebastian Inlet lures surfers and fishers from all over the state and country as well.

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One of the most charming cities in the country, St. Augustine is actually the oldest city, being the place where Spanish colonists arrived and settled more than 4 centuries ago. Today its history comes to live in a quaint historic district, with its cobblestone streets, quaint cafes, bars, unique shops and bed-and-breakfast inns.

Experience the beauty of an early morning on foot to explore significant landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos. Now the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument serves as outstanding reminders of the might of the early Spanish empire in the New World. Fabricated of coquina, a virtually indestructible limestone comprised of broken sea shells and coral, the walls of the fortress remained impenetrable through 300 years of enemy shelling and pounding by violent storms.

If you are interested in history, you can’t bet admire Tthe Lightner Museum which is among the most unique, featuring an intriguing array of items, from shrunken heads and mummies to stunning collections of stained glass and crystal.

If you love to golf or play tennis, then this is the place for you! There are many golf courses and tennis resorts located in the area. Ponte Vedra, home of The Players Association (PGA) and Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), is a 20 minute drive from the Downtown historic district.

The many marinas dotted around the area make boating access ultra convenient by sea, river or Intracoastal waterway. Fishing, diving, surfing, parasailing and other water sports are abundantly accommodated.

The town also boasts 43 pristine miles of beaches. There's the right type of beach for everyone: some permit vehicles and dogs while others allow only pedestrians. Some of the area beaches produce abundant shelling opportunities, while others are covered only in luxurious fine, golden sand.